We are proud to be a part of the Pacifica Radio Network, which distributes OutCasting to more than 50 stations. We are also honored to be a longterm grantee of the Elias Foundation, whose visionary leaders made suggestions to us that led to the original idea for OutCasting.
MFPG's previous incarnation, WDFH Westchester Public Radio, had many supporters. You can view them here.
MFPG is represented by Tim Fitzgibbon and other attorneys at the law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough in Washington, D.C., and by Alycia Vivona of the firm Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young in New York. These attorneys and their firms, through their extremely generous and longterm pro bono representation, have contributed enormously to the success of MFPG and OutCasting. MFPG is also grateful to accountant Jack Lichtenstein of NYC.
MFPG/WDFH has been supported by two major donors ($15,000-$100,000+) who prefer to remain anonymous and by Douglas Durst of the Durst Organization in NYC.
We have also received grants from
MFPG is also supported by:
|Bestweb in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, provider of internet access for home or business in Westchester and throughout the New York metropolitan area. Providing dedicated internet access, including T1s, web design, e-commerce, and hosting. More information at bestweb.net or 877-777-BWEB.||Convey Media, Inc., providing web design, development, and green hosting to small businesses and professionals in Westchester County, just outside of New York City. More information at conveymedia.com.|
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